IDPs in Bamenda Task to be Ambassadors of Peace

           The Governor of the Northwest Region Adolphe Lele LAfrique and S.D.O for Mezam with IDPs after handing Humanitarian Aid

More than 500 famillies have benefitted from Humanitarian aid, basic items, a day after MINAT Boss held a security Meeting in Bamenda,urging all to work in synergy with the Administration for Peace and calm to return in the NorthWest Region.

Distribution of Humanitarian Aid from Government,ordered by the Head of State as support to victims of the ongoing armed conflict in the NorthWest and Southwest Regions continues for over 4months, as part of plans to mobilize the people and develop the Regions once again.

The Governor of the NorthWest Region hands the humanitarian aid to recipients, asking them to return to their communities and become agents of Peace,explaining to those in the bushes to use the opportunity to be reintegrated in society.

 "You all are called to work with the Administration of the Region so that normalcy returns and for those restricting kids from going to school, are only inviting the full weight of the law on them." The Governor of the North West Region, Adolphe Lele Deben LAfrique, talking to recipients of aid from Government.

"It is wise for those in the bushes to accept the hand of Peace the Head of State, President Paul Biya is extending,else will be treated according to the law enforced", He added.

Items like buckets, vegetable oil, saving, blankets , rice and a sum of 10,000frs as transport. Many recipients were anxious to recieve a matrass each, though this need wasn't available, a good number felt grateful for the gesture by Government and hoped that the crisis see its end soonest so that they could all return home.
 Ndefru Melanie


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